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Lead Image © Lucy Baldwin, 123RF.com

System temperature as a dimension  of  performance

Sensor tools can provide highly variable data from CPUs, GPUs, and a variety of sources. We look at some tools to verify the temperature of components on diverse hardware.

Package management tools for Windows

Chocolatey and WinGet offer full-fledged package management on Windows, but which is best for your environment?
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Photo by Dan Burton on Unsplash

CrowdSec crowd security service

Threats can be detected and averted at an early stage with crowd security, in which organizations form a community to take concentrated action against cyberattacks by sharing attack data. We explain how this strategy works with the CrowdSec cloud service.
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Lead Image © Kritiya Sumpun, 123RF.com

Verifying your configuration

Automated acceptance testing is a powerful tool for catching problems related to misconfiguration. We'll show you how to implement your own acceptance testing environment with a free tool called goss.
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The end of SHA-1

The SHA-1 cryptographic hash function has been considered insecure for a long time. Some Linux distributions have banned or no longer use it – with some consequences, though.
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Lead Image © Maksim Kabakou, 123RF.com

Data security and data governance

Protecting data becomes increasingly important as the quantity and value of information grows. We describe the basics of data security and governance and how they intertwine.
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Photo by Susann Schuster on Unsplash

Network monitoring with Zeek

Zeek offers an arsenal of scripts for monitoring popular network protocols and comes with its own policy scripting language for customization.
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Lead Image © Igor Kovalchuk, 123RF.com

Analysis tour with Binary Ninja

Binary analysis is an advanced technique used to work through cyberattacks and malware infestations and is also known as reverse engineering. We show you how to statically analyze binary programs with Binary Ninja, an interactive binary analysis platform.
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Photo by Robert Anasch on Unsplash

IAM for midmarket companies

We look at the role of identity and access management in midmarket organizations.
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Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash

When are Kubernetes and containers not a sensible solution?

As the major Linux distributors increasingly lean toward containers, many administrators have come to realize that containers are by no means a panacea for all their problems.
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